It is always a safe bet to turn to sophisticated minimalism when attempting to design an ultra-modern office interior. For this brief, American architectural firm Fogarty Finger turned to Scandinavian influences to update a workplace whose building covers 109 years.
A predominant material in the design of the ultra-modern office interior is the pale woodwork that is arranged in a configuration that honors strong symmetrical boundaries — from the proportionally slated roof to the rectangle-like distribution of kitchen cabinets. To reach an agreeable contrast between the Scandinavian-inspired wooden components, Fogarty Finger outfitted the space with hits of black and furniture that boasted skinny silhouettes. This includes a number of lighting fixtures, dining chairs, as well as window frames.
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